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Greetings,


I don't blame the product and I do love it but it messes up my mouse somehow and aiming in general. It interferes with something in my system but i am unable to diagnose it exactly.


I installed it today again to check with a fresh windows installation, and with a new hdd but still it messed up anything, and even after I did a system restore to the exact point just before installation of the Mumble, the problem still exists there.


Now either I need to do another windows install or maybe you can help me here what it might be as I don't think there are many things that can interfere after a system restore?


(The problem is still there after reinstalling synapse, or plugging a logitech g100s)


Windows 7 x64 Ultimate

Razer Deathadder 3.5g

Razer Synapse

Creative Soundblaster Zx

Asus M5a99fx Pro R.2

AMD FX-8350

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I don't blame the product and I do love it but it messes up my mouse somehow and aiming in general. It interferes with something in my system but i am unable to diagnose it exactly.

 

Can you elaborate on this? What's it do exactly?


Do the 64-bit versions of Mumble do it as well?

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Mouse movements becomes jittery and slower, and it is not just mouse, it creates a general system input lag.


I think it messes up with some of my sound card or something at all, and then even after i uninstall it, because of the things he changed i cannot see a good performance without reinstalling windows?

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Did you install Razer drivers? If so, can you please check if the problem persists when uninstalling them?


There have also been issues with some effects "thing" in Creative software/drivers sometimes producing high system load; check Task Manager if Mumble is shown producing excessive CPU load.

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